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Archive of 10-04-11

 

On 4 Oct 11 Deputy Sheriff Anderson responded to a report of a domestic dispute at the residence of Carla J. Masters, age 27, at 12865 State Route 676, Waterford. Ms. Masters said her live-in boyfriend threatened her during an argument but at no time did she fear for safety. As a result, Deputy Anderson closed this case as unfounded.

On 4 Oct 11 Deputy Sheriff Reeder was dispatched to 541 High Street, Macksburg, following a report of an altercation. Around 6 am one of the home’s residents, Jeremy A. Huntsman, age 33, was arguing with his mother in the kitchen when he grew so enraged he threw an empty coffee pot onto the floor, breaking it. The commotion woke Mr. Huntsman’s niece, Heather Bond, age 20, who lives at the residence, at which time she attempted to intervene. Ignoring his niece’s attempts to calm him, Mr. Huntsman grabbed Ms. Bond by the throat a punched her in the face. Also awakened by the ruckus, Ms. Bond’s boyfriend, Joshua Gardine, age 20, 16000 State Route 821, Macksburg, rushed to his girlfriend’s aid with a shotgun. The two retreated to a bedroom and locked the door but Mr. Huntsman continued on his rampage, kicked the door and ripped it from his hinges. Mr. Huntsman proceeded to punch Mr. Mr. Gardine several times before his mother was finally able to calm her son. As a result of the incident, Deputy Reeder arrested Mr. Huntsman for domestic violence and assault and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

SUSPECT ARRESTED WITH OVER HALF AN OUNCE OF HEROIN

On 4 Oct 11 Agents with the Major Crimes Task Force conducted a traffic stop on State Route 7 at Tower Road on a vehicle owned and operated by Kelli Brown, age 28, 1807 Clegg Street, Parkersburg. Justin A. Tucker, age 29, 700 Barclay Street Apt. 5, Belpre, was a passenger in her vehicle and the purpose of the stop was to arrest Tucker at the request of his Parole Officer for violating his parole. During the traffic stop Agents deployed a canine for a narcotics sniff which resulted in the canine indicating the presence of narcotics in the vehicle. A subsequent search of the vehicle yielded syringes, spoons and balloons, all of which are indicators of heroin abuse or sales.

When questioned, Ms. Brown stated she transported her fiancé, Justin Tucker, to Columbus so that he could purchase heroin. She also said she took her seven and nine year old children into the residence where Tucker purchased the heroin. Once Tucker purchased the heroin, Brown admitted she placed the heroin in a plastic bag and secreted it in a body cavity to transport it to Washington County. As they removed the two children from the vehicle, Agents also observed a plastic bag containing a white powder underneath one of the children.

Once reaching the jail Brown removed the heroin from inside her body and provided it to Agents. She was charged with felony offenses of possession of 15.5 grams of heroin, tampering with evidence and permitting drug abuse. Brown was also charged with child endangerment due to the fact that the syringes and drugs were accessible to the children. She is being held without bond pending her initial court appearance this afternoon.

SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR THEFT OF $20,000 OF COPPER

On Monday the owner of Pioneer Pipe reported he recently discovered an employee was stealing copper pipes and fittings from the business. According to the owner, Alan E. Hall, age 46, 306 Fifth Street, Lowell, stole two boxes of copper items from the shop on 3 Oct and sold them at a local scrap yard. Questioned by Lt. Hornbeck, Mr. Hall admitted stealing two boxes of copper items and selling them for $138. Though he initially only claimed he stole a few boxes, Mr. Hall later admitted he has been stealing property from the business for the past year and a half. Mr. Hall said he has fallen on hard times and began by taking two boxes a month but later progressed to taking four boxes per month. A subsequent review of the business’ invoices revealed the total value of the copper pipes, fittings and couplings that Mr. Hall stole were purchased for in excess of $20,000.

Following his arrest for a felony charge of theft, Mr. Hall appeared in Municipal Court and had his bond set at $5,000. He remains incarcerated in lieu of bond in the Washington County Jail.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Alan Eugene Hall, age 46, 306 Fifth Street, Lowell, for theft, a misdemeanor. Hall was arrested at his residence by Lt. Hornbeck of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Oct 11 at 7:30 am.

Jeremy Allen Huntsman, age 33, 541 High Street, Macksburg, for domestic violence and assault, both misdemeanors. Huntsman was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Carr and processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Oct 11 at 7:47 am.

Michael Allen Holton, age 21, 395 Dutch Ridge Road, Athens, for possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor. Holton was arrested in Belpre Mayor’s Court by Patrolman Augenstein of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Oct 11 at 12:10 pm.

Ciara Marie Cavallier, age 23, 106 Riley Drive Apt. 3, Marietta, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Cavallier was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Oct 11 at 1:59 pm.

Preston William Eakins, age 20, 2 Poplar Drive, Vienna, for burglary, a felony. Eakins was arrested picked up at the Noble Correctional Institution by Deputy Sheriff O’Brien and processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Oct 11 at 3:16 pm.

Jason Ryan Stewart, age 19, 809 Morgan Avenue, Belpre, for burglary, a felony. Stewart was arrested picked up at the Belmont Correctional Institution by Deputy Sheriff O’Brien and processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Oct 11 at 3:18 pm.

Charles Edwin Day Jr., age 28, 830 Mount Tom Road, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Day was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Oct 11 at 3:47 pm.

Justin Allen Tucker, age 29, 700 Barclay Street Apt. 5, Belpre, for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. Tucker was arrested in Belpre by the Major Crimes Task Force and processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Oct 11 at 11:13 pm.

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